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- noun Flat land with relatively little vegetation.
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Fort was the first and mightiest, then Benden, High Reaches, Hot Igen, Ocean Ista and plainland Telgar.
Neale had arrived in North Platte before noon, and before sunset he and King were far out on the swelling slopes of plainland, riding toward the west.
It is led away across the plainland to the bay of Phaleron, the castellated hill of Munychia, the thin stretch of blue water and the brown island seen across it -- Salamis and its strait of the victory.
They do well alike in mountain pastures and amid the herbage of the moistest plainland.